CLOT FW’ 16 Editorial

For 13 years, CLOT has been a mainstay in streetwear culture. Beginning as a clothing in lifestyle goods store in Hong Kong in 2003, the brand quickly moved into the market of creating their own pieces to sell in their flagship store. Founders Edison Chen and Kevin Poon landed collaborations with Coca-Cola, Disney, and Scion, … Continue reading CLOT FW’ 16 Editorial

Rick Owens DRKSHDW FW ’16 Editorial

Rick Owens’ most recent mainline collection was an anxiety-driven masquerade of clothing that pooled and draped over the runway models. A plethora of pockets, huge hemlines, and a mix of skinny elongated and cropped jackets executed in shearling and thick textures. The inspiration for the collection came from Owens’ inner turmoil with adverse changes to … Continue reading Rick Owens DRKSHDW FW ’16 Editorial

Flight: OAMC FW ’16

“Flight. Youthful Dreams of imitation nature. Aerial dominance that gains territory and wins wars. The symbol of peace. The frantic escape from a geographic location with no particular destination save exit.” -OAMC   The brand is led by the former head designer of Supreme, Luke Meier, and former creative director of Carhartt Work in Progress, … Continue reading Flight: OAMC FW ’16

Longjourney FW ’16

Alex Carapetian and Alonso Ester, of LA-based brand Longjourney, share a passion for vintage garments. The duo sifts through vintage shops and flea markets in Los Angeles to obtain materials for their collections. According to an interview with Complex, 99.9% of the pieces incorporate some or all vintage. Their aesthetic pulls inspiration from military garments … Continue reading Longjourney FW ’16